Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Right When I thought HE was taking the HIGH ROAD...


(video source: brightcove.tv via hicktownpress.com)
Gotta give it to him. He's good. He's almost convincing had I not known he stomped his wife Juanita Bynum, in the va-j-j in the parking lot. If he's not embarrassed, then I am for him. Goodness gracious! Weeks said the video should be bought for historical purposes--No comment. I guess the pimp, still has some pimp juice left after all. I'm all for wanting to be rid of your past---so why not just give it away?? Nevermind. I know the answer to that one.

You betta recognize, by hook-shook-or-crook, these hustlas are going to find SOMETHING to sell to you.
*smh*
Ivent

5 comments:

  1. I've not been in the neighborhood recently.

    You are coming along!

    Lynn

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  2. Lynn, I appreciate your support! Thanks. I don't know how you do it...blogging current events, etc keeps you hopping!

    love you sis,
    Bria

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  3. singlechristianmanOctober 3, 2007 at 7:01 AM

    Not to dismiss the significance of the hurt and damage between the two, here, but a larger point that can be drawn is the ease with which a 'ministry' can be constructed and kept going; or as I think I see in this case, a minisry can be called of God but maintained by men ... a situation which does not have much stability; I would liken it to a mostly good foundation but a house of sand. Just as the secular world hasn't fully come to grips with a culture-wide wisdom about the role of TV and mass media (we consume gobs of it without thinking) so too the church.

    It's not impossible that this could yet be reconciled if everyone took a deep breath of several months' duration; but I don't expect that to happen. But it could .. but it would probably involve them both leaving public view.

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  4. Singleman-
    Welcome to "you better recognize" and I agree wholeheartedly with your comment. I believe if we were to to truly put God first (esp in the midst of tribulation, embarrassments etc) we can survive. Having said that if this marriage was a marriage of "Kingdom" and not "church" regardless of what may have attempted to wedge itself in the midst of the marriage with God as CENTER and seeking shelter under His Wing, and acknowledging Him in All Thy Ways, this marriage could and CAN survive. But it comes down to choice. Do we do it God's (and usually the most difficult) way, or do we do it ours (most desirable?)

    Great comment!
    Ivent

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  5. Oops-
    I meant "singleCHRISTIANman" ;)

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Please know...threats of hell and bible scriptures are futile-look at your church if you don't believe me! Get your 'body of christ' in order and then come talk to me.

Yours in Reason, Bria :)